The possibility of reaching an unlimited audience in a cost-effective and no less engaging way is the crux of virtual events.
Blockchain, for one, will shorten the "long tail of travel and meeting procurement,’" allowing for faster and possibly less expensive travel and meeting planning.
Prevue spoke with Kemp Gallineau, CEO of Groups 360, about how data can help both planners and suppliers in bringing more transparency to the sales process.
Here are three ways meeting planners can do more than break the ice by incorporating high-tech team building into future events.
There are tons of tools out today that can help you manage and automate a lot of the repetitive email tasks you may have gotten used to—and many of them are free.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is like a brand-new hotel again with two years of upgrades and additions that will give the property a whole new look by year’s end.
We interviewed Cosimo Bruzzese, VP of business development for Briggs, Inc. to see how they are enhancing the human component of meetings and events.
Atlantic City, N.J., developed a VR experience for meeting planners to explore the city’s convention district from the comforts of their office.
From live streaming of sessions to locavore teambuilding, here are 5 meeting trends for 2018 identified by Benchmark's properties.
MeetingPlay will launch the fourth generation of the event app at Marriott’s Corporate Partnership Conference this week in Phoenix.
The Wilmington and Beaches Convention and Visitors Bureau is rolling out a SkyNav Convention District Tour for meeting planners.
For planners, the most appealing perk of tech may be its ability to help save money at meetings and conferences.
Imagine technology that can transform a luxurious spa into a lively nightclub with the touch of a button. This and more are possible with Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection.
“What’s your super power?” was the theme of the digitalNow 2017 conference held at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort within Universal Orlando Resort.
Room Mate Hotels, a Spanish hotel company, is making life easier for its deaf and hearing-impaired attendees—and in turn, making these communication needs less of a concern for meeting planners.
See how planners are utilizing tech in meetings at Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun, and where the crossroads of sustainability and innovation meet.
High-tech companies are typically the early adopters when it comes to meeting tech, from apps to virtual reality. Prevue asked planners about the latest trends they are seeing at technology meetings.
See how one DMC in NYC is riding the changing tides of today's meetings trends.
After the launch of the robot concierge at hotels, the chatbot continues to make waves in the hospitality industry.
Here are just a few of the new tech advantages meeting planners should consider when determining which iPhone to buy next.
Attendees base their overall event experience on the logistical smoothness and effectiveness they encounter, and the app plays an integral part in this.
Even the F&B echoed the theme, with opportunities for attendees to design their own grilled cheese sandwiches, make their own smoothies and shake their own salads.
Mercurial, highly regulated and compliance-driven, the complexities of healthcare and pharma industries are a pressure cooker for large-scale planning.
From guided journeys through the Alaskan Wilderness to the latest in smart technology, we take a look at the latest luxury offerings from Celebrity Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line.
Face scanning could become much more commonplace for event check ins and even payment authentication or access control.